The mission of the Committee on Community Service is to strengthen Princeton's tradition of "In the Nation's Service and the Service of All Nations." We affirm the value of community service, and encourage and recognize participation by Princeton regional associations, classes and affiliated groups. We envision a society wherein community service is recognized as invaluable to the general welfare and a meaningful educational experience for all students and alumni.
Calling all Tigers for Community Service!
Join the thousands of Princeton alumni who are active in community service projects in their local communities for a joint day of community service with classmates, regional association members, and the Association of Graduate Princeton Alumni for Spring into Service from March 21 through June 21.
Current Community Service Projects
Honorees of Our Community Service Award
The Alumni Council Award for Community Service recognizes outstanding contributions by groups of Princetonians in their efforts to address critical social, economic, and environmental needs throughout our society and particularly in our local communities.
How to Start an "Adopt-A-School" Mentorship Program
Interested in getting an "adopt-a-school" or mentoring program started with your regional or class alumni association? Here is general advice for alumni groups interested in establishing such projects.